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Cramer's lightning round: You should own PayPal, don't trade it

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  • It's that time again! "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.

3D Systems Corporation: "They actually are making a comeback. I've got to get them on the show. It got a little overheated. Became one of those stocks, you know, it was like a meme stock for a while. ... But you know what, I want you to stick with it down here. I believe in 3D. I think you're going to do OK."

Annaly Capital Management: "Take a pass on that, my friend. You see that they've been playing that big dividend game for a long time, but you're not getting good on the principal. It's come back up, that's great. But I am a seller of Annaly. I don't want you in this stock."

PayPal Holdings: "That stock has gone of favor on the Wall Street fashion show, which only has love for the industrials. I think it can still go lower, but you've got to think long-term on this thing. And if you do, then you should own PayPal, not trade it, because Dan Schulman is doing a great job."

Revance Therapeutics: "The guy who runs AbbVie, he's a very, very competitive fella and he hasn't even turned the juice on yet for Allergan, and I think when does, [AbbVie CEO Richard Gonzalez] is going to hurt Revance. ... I want you to be careful [in] Revance. I wish I liked it more."

Renewable Energy Group: "That's a good company. It has collapsed here. It's a good company, and I've done the work on it. I think down here, you've actually to pick some up. ... I would not be a seller. I would be a buyer."

Pershing Square Tontine Holdings: "We don't know what he's going to buy, but you're absolutely right: He is very much aligned with the shareholders, including putting a lot of money himself into that. So, I share your excitement about Pershing Square Tontine."

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Cramer's lightning round: PayPal is a stock to own for the long term

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